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1 hour ago, arnulfo de l.a. said:

I am looking to take  the ac compressor out the loop. Wondering if just ordering a belt that is listed with no ac will do the trick. Has anyone done this ? Thanks 

Wont work as the AC pulleys are a different diameter than the non-AC pulleys.

Tom Mooney

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15 hours ago, arnulfo de l.a. said:

s this an ac car with ac pullys compresssor removed?

Sorry, should've taken a larger picture. Yes, 1963 Riviera with AC. No pulleys removed. I simply bypassed the A6 compressor with shorter belts. Can't recall if I ordered 2 fan belts for a non AC car but the P/N shows on the inboard belt.

Last image shows adjustment range with this belt, a little short. One size longer should still be within adjustment range.

My AC is non functional but is all there and connected up. In Canada, we need AC for maybe 3 weeks /year.

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4 hours ago, XframeFX said:

Sorry, should've taken a larger picture. Yes, 1963 Riviera with AC. No pulleys removed. I simply bypassed the A6 compressor with shorter belts. Can't recall if I ordered 2 fan belts for a non AC car but the P/N shows on the inboard belt.

Last image shows adjustment range with this belt, a little short. One size longer should still be within adjustment range.

My AC is non functional but is all there and connected up. In Canada, we need AC for maybe 3 weeks /year.

Thanks John. Exactly what i needed. I plan to do the same as you by leaving all the components intact under the hood.

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